Nearly a third of white Americans say they have seen “a lot more” discrimination against white people in recent years, a poll found.
A new national poll shows that only 44 percent of Americans support the Black Lives Matter movement—a steep decline from the 52 percent who said they supported the movement in June 2020, according to the same survey.
Earlier this week, Black to the Future Action Fund released a new poll showing Black adults support major reforms that address Black communities' challenges with long-term solutions instead of quick fixes.
Try as she may, there is at least one way in which Melania Trump cannot plagiarize her first lady predecessor Michelle Obama: Favorability.
Fifty-four percent of Democrats and 43 percent of Republicans said the stimulus checks aren’t enough, according to a new Morning Consult/Politico poll.
A new poll by Higher Heights explores the issues and blind spots perpetuated by the public that Black women routinely face, while also highlighting the issues and topics relevant to Black women voters.
With talks of a new stimulus bill eradicated from the conversation, a new poll heaves almost equal blame on President Donald Trump and Democrats.
With the election a month out, the high stakes presidential election will hinge on messaging and campaign policy talking points to sway voters on the fence in some swing states.
The number of Black Women who support the Democratic Party has dropped from 85 percent to 74 percent over the past year.
The Georgia parents who say their sons attempted to kill them two weeks ago are now standing by the boys.
The Wonkblog over at the Washington Post has a pretty interesting write-up of new research from the Public Religion Research Institute. In a study of race and friendship, PRRI found that a large majority (75 percent) of whites have “entirely white social networks without any minority presence.” And, for what it’s worth, the same holds true for less than two thirds of Blacks. […]
Racial tensions have grown in the days since unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown was killed by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri. Brown was black. Darren Wilson, the officer who shot him at least six times, is white. Then, almost immediately after Brown’s killing was made public, throngs of mostly black protesters hit the streets of Ferguson […]
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